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Nikola Tesla was a man ahead of his time. His advancements in electricity were radical, helping to usher in the modern age, with his influence seen in anything from X-rays to remote control. His World Wireless System had the potential to advance technology by nearly a century, while also providing free energy to the globe. Unlike so many of his era, Tesla did not work for financial gain, instead working to advance humanity. Perhaps it is not surprising that a man so far ahead of his time has only found his place in the 21st century, an age shaped by his technological brilliance.
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Introduction 0:00
Early Life 1:23
Working For Edison 3:31
The War of The Currents 6:45
Tesla's Many Inventions 9:36
A Fatal Flaw 10:37
Wardenclyffe and Later Years 12:29
Nikola Tesla 15:25
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@TheLifeGuide 3 yıl önce
Thanks for watching! *If you enjoyed the video, help support the channel by leaving a SUPER THANKS!* Remember to *Like & Subscribe* and click the *Bell Icon* to never miss an upload. *What is your favourite Tesla quote?* *"I don’t care that they stole my idea … I care that they don’t have any of their own."* - Nikola Tesla Time Stamps 📽 Introduction 0:12 Early Life 1:23 Working For Edison 3:31 The War of The Currents 6:45 Tesla's Many Inventions 9:36 A Fatal Flaw 10:37 Wardenclyffe and Later Years 12:29 Nikola Tesla 15:25
@trympaulsen9678 3 yıl önce
The Life Guide when does the second part of the world war 2 documentary come out?
@TheLifeGuide 3 yıl önce
@@trympaulsen9678 Summer this year 👍 So probably in 6 months or so
@wendylau98 3 yıl önce
I just found this channel, Im alrdy in love with it. You've taken things that should be known to people and summaries accurately within 20minutes. That alone is a skill. I just hope it can upload more often. But good time comes for those who waits
@TheLifeGuide 3 yıl önce
@@wendylau98 Thanks for your kind words. Lots more videos to come 😊
@mateozic9092 3 yıl önce
You cannot explain Nikola in 16 minutes...it's just not right...many errors in your video.
@1tarawho 2 yıl önce
This man has been erased from our history and this deeply saddens me!!! He was brilliant and I am a teacher of history. I have my students look Tesla up and we do lessons on him and his inventions. I will try my best to educate our youth about this incredible man and all his accomplishments!!!
@handsomesag4668 Yıl önce
God bless you, keep it up
@heidibee501 Yıl önce
It is so good to know that we have teachers who will make a positive difference in our children's lives.
Let's take it a step further than ("I will try my best to educate our youth about this incredible man [Nikola Tesla] and all his accomplishments!!!"). Suppose instead of just _history_ courses, you were to teach engineering and physics classes at the university level, what would *you* put on the syllabus highlighting some of Nikola Tesla's achievements (say, beyond what James Maxwell provided) to science?
Good luck to you and your students it will be incredibly exciting for youngsters to learn about all the things he [Nikola Tesla] got involved with and accomplished..
@danwilsey5010 Yıl önce
Rarely do I voice an opinion. Looking back at my education, I have to say that I am more than dis-heartened. It was only about Edison, and 10k+ attempts for the electric light bulb. Tesla brings tears to my eyes because of his genius unrecognized. Excellent synopsis.
@jackmehoff7430 Yıl önce
The way this man died and how he has not been properly remembered and honored is a historic tragedy. AC current alone has sustained us globally for a century.
@toms9864 11 aylar önce
Almost everytime he is mentioned, they indicate that he died penniless as if that takes away from his great contributions. This presentation is excellent
@reginaldkinsman8838 10 aylar önce
When Einstein was asked what it felt like being the cleverest man in the world. Einstein replied you had better ask Tesla that question. I rest my case and have enormous respect for Einstein.
@Geraduss 10 aylar önce
@@reginaldkinsman8838 I remember hearing a disagreement between Tesla and Einstein on what's the void between celestial objects, Tesla saying that it was "ether" a substance made of energy and that it has substance and a potential to tap in to infinite energy, while Einstein said that it was nothing but an empty void with no substance or value. With the later discovery of the vacuum energy and the virtual particles that are created and destroyed within pure vacuum you choose who was right?
@mrtee3477 10 aylar önce
His statue is at Niagara fall.
@DowntownS 9 aylar önce
@@reginaldkinsman8838 I believe Einstein was sarcastic there. It's known they did NOT like each other, unfortunately. Einsteins wife Mileva Maric was a Serb, just like Tesla. They met at University in Switzerland and she helped him a lot at the beginning. Once they broke up his distain for anything Serbian grew, apparently.
@havanese37 Yıl önce
“The present is theirs; but the future, for which I really worked so hard for is mine.” Nikola Tesla
@peteroehring695 Yıl önce
Elon Musk has immortalized his name in history by naming his car company after him.
Actually brings tears to my eyes how how evil someone like Edison truly was. Edison didnt even do 1% of good for humanity what Tesla did. He is an inspiration and we really do need people do selfless like him today.
@aaronbartell8003 11 aylar önce
I'm not so sure about all of that. It does appear as though 'Edison bad, Tesla good' but I bet if you remove Edison from this story you could have inadvertently cut Tesla from history as well. You see, Edison had the capital and the means... which Tesla needed in order to operate. You can hate a man for electrocuting animals and stealing or taking advantage of another man's hard work but he basically funded the future of Tesla so that there WAS a future for Tesla at all. Dunno.. just saying there is no reason to make a villain out of anyone in this story. BTW, Tesla wound up the way he did because of his own money mismanagement...
@t-mac1951 3 yıl önce
Unappreciated genius. So many years ahead of his time
@ssnubz 3 yıl önce
so many people don’t even know about him smh
@frankchambers6338 3 yıl önce
Centuries ahead**
@ssnubz 3 yıl önce
Frank Chambers yess
@liannekarla 3 yıl önce
I agree! :)
He’s still a couple of centuries ahead. His works still are being figured out by certainly many top minds. He’s next level quadrupled.
@chrishatton865 Yıl önce
This is a heartbreaking story . Possibly the start of the great cover up. I feel he held the key to filling the missing parts of technology we still don't know about. The sheer fact we are taught nothing about him just fuels the cover up fire 🔥
@Ms.MB4real Yıl önce
Clearly he knew too much ahead of time
@clydefloortable8630 11 aylar önce
Time travel?? Government erased his memory because he wouldn't comply to their agenda.
@JamesBond-oe5px 11 aylar önce
@@clydefloortable8630 That is correct and it's happening until today
@nanglass4852 10 aylar önce
@user-jn2mj8bw4c 10 aylar önce
Tesla's story is heartbreaking. The guy was literally Superman of the 20th century.
@betteryou8888 Yıl önce
He was not "one of the greatest mind of he modern era", he was THE GREATEST MIND OF ALL TIMES" (IMO)
@looyoo7608 Yıl önce
imma give this "greatest mind award" to Da Vinci. That man's a polymath.
Had the medieval dark ages of Christian ignorance not deprived DaVinci of the technological advancements he needed to realize his ideas, DaVinci might have achieved the greatness of Tesla ( properly pronounced TESH- la ) We all owe Tesla so much, we should at least pronounce the man's name correctly. Thank you all for keeping his story alive, rather than protecting American capitalist tradition from the reality of how they abused and ignored his genius for their own sordid and greedy profiteering. That, incidentally, is why he is not profoundly celebrated in American schools like the capitalists Edison and Ford. Pure propagandizing that shames our nation.
@artdehls9100 Yıl önce
Don't know many of those eh? How much do you know about John von Neumann?
@artdehls9100 Yıl önce
@@looyoo7608 Almost nobody in this comments section knows a thing about Tesla or what he believed. Almost because hey, you never know eh? Nobody here holding him up as 'greatest minds of" has ever heard of John von Neumann, that i will guarantee.
@looyoo7608 Yıl önce
@@artdehls9100 the original comment talked about 'THE greatest mind'. For me, THE greatest mind must be the one that's most develop on ALL areas and specialties in life, and then also have their work influences generation to come. Tesla and John were very brilliant, but they are still mostly brilliant in their own field of specialties, which is STEM and its application. Da vinci on the other hand, have his hands on math, science, enginneering, art, and philosophy. And this guy doesn't even have any academic training! Da vinci work also have far and wide influences, comparable to that of Tesla and John. He is among the forefathers of flight mechanism, producing many theories, blueprints and prototypes of flying machines. His art theory and approach to light, anatomy and cartography are still being used by artist world wide today.
@margeryfranko1850 10 aylar önce
I love Nikola Tesla. I did not learn about him in school. I came across him by my own studying and I really appreciate this most incredible human being. A true gentleman and a genius. God bless you Nikola Tesla 💜🕊
@dancingnachos3634 3 yıl önce
I am deeply offended that we were taught About Edison who was portrayed as a hero. I don't recall Tesla in our textbooks two decades ago.
I do, remember being taught that Edison was a cheat and stole inventions and that Tesla was brilliant and underappreciated
@dancingnachos3634 3 yıl önce
@@kace002pumpkinwizard then you belong to a better education system:)
@kerbodynamicx472 3 yıl önce
Edison didn’t invent these technologies, but at least he made them commercially viable. He is a capitalist, not a inventor as much as popular sources suggests.
@gumbo2180 3 yıl önce
Kerbodynamic X he is both. He was a great businessman and an incredible hard worker. There is room for them both to be appreciated.
@kerbodynamicx472 3 yıl önce
Aleksandar Dordevic You’re probably correct. Edison doesn’t invent the lightbulb like people stated, but he does invented electrocution
@quantanglement Yıl önce
I remember reading a book on Tesla years ago. If you mentioned his name few if any would know who he was. and I learned about some of the things Edison did - just horrible. What can you say about a man that repeatedly tortured animals - to the death? Of course he was always portrayed as some hero when we learned about him as kids. Just another example of how 'accurate' our history books were.
@kev3d Yıl önce
Edison did not "torture" animals to death, they were provided by the SPCA because they were condemned and electrocution was seen as a more humane alternative to the common methods at the time, drowning or strangulation.
@datengugod 11 aylar önce
@@kev3d mind op right here, cant believe they made edison defending bots now
@susanosborn4019 10 aylar önce
Tesla was so much more intelligent than Edison
@VictoriaSobocki Yıl önce
Absolutely insane how talented and ahead of his time he was! I’m sorry for how his story went.
@rogerpritchard Yıl önce
The world will never forget his brilliance. A man who was instrumental in developing solutions for the benefit of mankind.
@panashifzco3311 11 aylar önce
It's really sad to find how the greatest minds of all time had to spent his last years,where he should have been the most glorified scientist of those days.Even though it is late, it is really glad that people are getting to know about how great this man is.
@santaclase3410 10 aylar önce
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@technics6215 Yıl önce
He deserves more than 16 minutes, but you made it respectfully. Nice job.
@marcos.9667 3 yıl önce
His only „fault“ was, he did all for people, not for the money. Thats how this world deals with people like Nikola Tesla.
@rastkodukic4-315 3 yıl önce
Rumpel Holz a harsh truth, if you care about the people you will get only the worst in return
@jaimsterify1234 3 yıl önce
@zazezul2577 3 yıl önce
@ForrestJ88 3 yıl önce
I'd say that's more a fault on humanity's side, rather than Tesla's. It's almost as if we didn't deserve him.
@Salman-fb9vi 3 yıl önce
@@ForrestJ88 true
What an humble, incredible and genuine human being.
@darrkstarg Yıl önce
Nikola Tesla..... greatest inventor ever. Far, far ahead of his time. The desire for power by his competitors, even though he offered the better product, destroyed him 😞 I wish we learned more about him when I went to school. I learned a great deal about him since then.
@emirhamza6976 10 aylar önce
"The one who plants trees, knowing that he will never sit in their shade, has at least started to understand the meaning of life"
@furyvsblitzkrieg 10 aylar önce
Thanks for making this. I've always said Tesla paved the way its just difficult to fight the history we have been taught
@terryhill4732 Yıl önce
The more I learn about Tesla the more I realize he contributed more to society than Edison ever did
Tesla wanted to advance humanity without cost to anyone, then Elon Musk takes that name to become the richest person on the planet. Sad really, a disgrace to the Tesla legend.
I concur with both you fellas. I have little regard for Musk. Steam cars are the answer, not electrics....... Ceres is the target, not Mars. Some people gots more money than brains.
@quilmesdave 2 yıl önce
I get so emotional, when I hear about Nikola Tesla....Why, was he left out of the history books? He was a genius. He loved people. he loved humanity....
@kedsau Yıl önce
The sweJ didnt like it
@XandarLake1 Yıl önce
Because he was Serb from Croatia.
@63Baggies Yıl önce
Asked and answered. It has to be remembered that we are dealing with PURE EVIL here; and continue to do so.
@danrook5757 Yıl önce
I think the Bosnians may not have wanted his name in history books.
Its crazy how they let Edison torture animals to "prove his superiority" and not only that how much of his brilliance was selfless and the entire world just stole his ideas and profited off them. So sad to hear how such a brilliant man lived the last of his years. May he Rest In Peace.
@yinyangcurls4710 10 aylar önce
@@susanosborn4019 He really was. Humans are so interesting in how we will stand by and watch others doing the wrong thing and let it be... Or how we will ignore someones wrongdoing because they are a genius....
@Jayfretwell Yıl önce
History is written by the victors, and Edison would stop at nothing to win. I knew he'd 'stolen' the lightbulb from Swann and the DC/AC war, but I never knew his role in radio and in crushing one of the world's greatest minds (and biggest hearts). Thank you for the education.
@santaclase3410 10 aylar önce
sharing🥰🥰🥰😇😇😇Thanks for sharingTesla’s 3-6-9 and Vortex Math
Great documentary. Thanks. I have bought a couple books about his inventions and his life. He was indeed way ahead of his time. A movie should be made about his whole life. So fascinating! I was so proud to see a statue of him on the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls (I am Canadian) because this was the place where the first hydroelectric facility existed in the entire world! All because of him! 😲🙏 Huge respect, we owe him for most every technology we use daily nowadays, including our "beloved" smartphones. Like Elon Musk said: We all have super powers now, to have access to any answers from about any questions we have, just at the tip of our fingers and to be able to communicate with most every other human on the planet in a matter of seconds. Incredible!
Thanks for the great upload. This is a great documentary that covers a lot of the high points of Teslas' many accomplishments. It saddens me that Tesla didn't get the credit he deserved for a lot of his inventions. It saddens me more that he died in such poor conditions.
@EliasAlucard Yıl önce
Simply put, Tesla was great and awesome. His competitive history with Edison was replayed in the modern era between Dennis Ritchie and Steve Jobs. One guy invents a revolutionary technological product, the other guy profits on his invention and gets all the credit for it too. Ritchie and Jobs died about the same time, but everyone was mourning the salesman and not the inventor.
@jesselioce 6 aylar önce
It's the reason why I was fan of Wozniak and not Jobs. Currently it's happening all over again but with musk in the role of jobs.
@rhynnbow 3 yıl önce
Some tears escaped my eyes. He maybe the forgotten inventor but I will spread his name in my circle. I will let my friends or even my family how great this man is. He did it for the people not for money. We owe him a lot but he didnt received what he should have receive. This need some justice, Education facilities, media, let the people know this man. Nikola Tesla, I salute you. Thank you.
@marbriela24 3 yıl önce
I completely agree❤️❤️😻😻
@Astitva 3 yıl önce
He actually is not remembered because he had to sold many of his inventions because of which people knew them by the names of different owners
yep, the best serbian inventor
What best u think we can get
The greatest philanthropist the world has ever known...and that's not to mention his astounding genius...my hat will forever be off to him...
I got chills listening to this guy's story. I know a handful of people I know who have genuine compassion for humanity like Teslas. I know only one who has this genuine compassion for humanity combined with genius, organization, and grit to thrive amongst a sea of sharks.
@SmoothCriminal. Yıl önce
THIS beautiful man died poor and alone in a hotel room and that's heartbreaking. It makes me so depressed looking at this frail, thin man in the last picture of him. He will forever live in our History, books, through his inventions and the world should cherish his memory. He was truly one of a kind. Truly the definition of a genius.
@susanosborn4019 10 aylar önce
Now this a man who should have a monument, but knowing Tesla, he wouldn’t want it because he was a good man that wasn’t in it for the notoriety, but rather just to help humanity.
@theamalgamatedtheory 9 aylar önce
Very well said I remember hearing and seeing things about him when I was young, only because of the same heritage and was surprised never to hear him mentioned in school or anywhere else really.
@Sealhox Yıl önce
Remembering when I for the first time heard about Tesla, maybe 20 years ago! Been my inspiration ever since! A man that truly worked for the Humanity!!!
@RayT70 Yıl önce
I have so much respect, love, and admiration for this man. 👍
@Willow-fs8dq 3 yıl önce
As a child, Edison was taught in history class as the great inventor of electricity. A lie. The truth was Tesla was the genius behind electricity, Edison was a greedy, sly opportunist, who took advantage of Tesla. It is heartbreaking the condition that Tesla was in at the end of his life. He obviously was starving to death, living on milk and crackers. His appearance is shocking and sad in his final days. Was there no one who could have found compassion enough to give him nourishment and kind enough to befriend him and give visits to a lonely man? Our government had no right to seize his work, but I am not shocked by it. He was taken advantage of, and instead was exploited by so many. May he rest in perfect peace, something that eluded him in life.
Here is a fun fact. Edison didn't invent the light bulb. He tried and tried, not getting it right. He moved on to other things, but he set up a Lab and had 50 interns keep working on it. Once they figured it out, he took ALL the credit and the patent.
@ValVal11. 3 yıl önce
Kathy Meade Are you American perchance? In Europe we are taught electricity was invented by Tesla.
@larslover6559 3 yıl önce
@@ValVal11. Sorry for shooting in, but I'm European( from Norway) and I don't recall ever learning about Tesla either..
@ValVal11. 3 yıl önce
Lars Lover Really? So you only learn about Edison?
@robertbrodie381 Yıl önce
Tesla was a genius we should be celebrating this man atleast once a year only my opinion
@scottmurray5600 Yıl önce
I'm in tears at the brilliance and spirit of this monumental genius.
Me too
@kccarnage4105 Yıl önce
Tesla was an absolute gift to the earth from God. But the part about the elephant (and all the animals so cruelly and needlessly electrocuted to death) really broke my heart. After a life in a circus (and I know exactly how they 'break' elephants in circuses) to being electrocuted like a criminal on death row 💔💔💔
@Arejen03 10 aylar önce
he was born too early, limited by technology and knowlege of his time, but far in the future with his brilliant mind. "Love and legacy are the sacrifice we make for progress"
@flanker6282 9 aylar önce
He is my idol, my inspiration. I don't think that a more brilliant mind than his was ever born until now. His contribution to humanity is outstanding and unreachable by anyone else.
@highfive9432 Yıl önce
The fact that my 7th grade son has heard of Thomas Edison but not Nikola Tesla is more evidence that our education system is broken
@jaymo3205 Yıl önce
I knew Edison murdered Topsy but I didn't know he had a travelling pet execution service. And he was damaging Tesla's reputation...?
@mastermen Yıl önce
Thanks to elon musk, everyone now know tesla
@GARTZ09 Yıl önce
that's so true
@jkdbuck7670 Yıl önce
Well, when an education system prioritizes teaching children what to think rather than how to think, that's the sign of the end. In 94 my retiring science teacher told me that in his 30+ years of teaching, that's the worst thing he saw---teaching kids what to think instead of how to think, how to think critically and to do problem solving. Guess what his classes were like?
@brianschulz6387 Yıl önce
The greatest mind to have ever lived simply not just because he was so intelligent but so to his compassion to free the masses from.slavery may u continue to live on on earth in hearts of others may you fly high for eternity ..as many know who studied Sir Tesla hes watching over us a star so bright in the sky . Ty Sir for warming and enlightening us ❤💯🙂
@oksills Yıl önce
This man, his life and career, represent only a minute amount of “truth” that has been kept from us. We know “nothing” of our real history and even less about what is happening at this very moment.
Felt too sad for NT I bow my head to his work. He will always be a *Unsung* hero for the world 🌍 and Mankind.
@tonijudd4254 11 aylar önce
I agree.
@ljprep6250 Yıl önce
Both Edison himself and Tesla's investors were mean, nasty SOBs, weren't they? Grrrr. What a sad, sad life this incredible man led. RIP, Nicola. You will never be forgotten.
@bobkost5731 Yıl önce
Probably one of the most brilliant men of any age
@marecare9154 2 yıl önce
Einstein was asked how it felt to be the smartest man on Earth, Einstein replied, "I wouldn't know. Ask Nikola Tesla".
@dgrist7000 2 yıl önce
Is this true... did he say that..?
@79Rigel 2 yıl önce
Honestly I think it was more an insult than a compliment.
@paulmaedl7962 2 yıl önce
It would have been an insult from Edison, but Einstein?
@MrMaaveeran Yıl önce
He is the father of quantum mechanics.
This man was my hero. It burns me up to see how he was treated
@turtleanton6539 10 aylar önce
@WillByer240 10 aylar önce
@@turtleanton6539 wats capitalism
Best Tesla'S Documentary ever!!! Blessings tô whoever did it!!!
What an amazing but sad story. What a great man he was.
Nikola Tesla was a man ahead of OUR time!
@Mehlukes 3 yıl önce
RIP to this incredible man. I wish more people knew more about his life, he deserves a museum 😭
@ivanagolijanin2077 2 yıl önce
He already has a museum. *Much deserved...
@sayyer10 2 yıl önce
@@ivanagolijanin2077 tell us more pls. Where is this museum?
@ivanagolijanin2077 2 yıl önce
@@sayyer10 It's in Serbia. I went there once. Can't quite remember the exact location since it was such a long time ago, but you could probably search it up!
@ivanagolijanin2077 2 yıl önce
Belgrade, Serbia.
@sayyer10 2 yıl önce
@@ivanagolijanin2077 thank you! It is in the city of Belgrade. Will look it up. 😃
Pure genius. Seen his wk. Unfathomable, brilliance. 💝
Para mí este cientifico será el mejor del mundo. Lo admiro mucho. mE GUSTARRIA CONOCER MAS DE ESTE PERSONAJE,
@genrev3368 Yıl önce
Great man of inventions, bravo. May he rest in peace.🙏🙏🙏
@StriderBand Yıl önce
His story is so tragic. Makes me really sad for him. Poor lonely genius who powered the entire planet. RIP
@killycross960 Yıl önce
I can't stop crying when I watch this program about Nickolas Tesla. I feel hurt and sadness within me. Is anyone feeling like me?
Nah. While it's sad, it goes to show that intelligent people aren't always smart. I'm sure people did try to help Tesla along the way but geniuses on that level can be frustrating to work with and they start to pull away. He had numerous projects he could have sold but didn't. Bro. Bills gotta be paid but he's like "nah". What's the most sad is that all of his data was collected and hidden away by powerful people.
@forcefedturbine 9 aylar önce
@a.v.p7996 3 yıl önce
A proper movie on Tesla is much Deserved. ❤
@goodguygav 3 yıl önce
There's a movie due to be released later this year starring Ethan Hawke. Looks good
@dadjohn105 3 yıl önce
@@goodguygav its out...
@ashthuroit7120 3 yıl önce
I could see Shia LaBeouf nailing that role
@ligma1389 3 yıl önce
There is already a movie about the Serbian inventor Nikola Tesla. It's called "The secret of Nikola Tesla" from 1980.
@madtscientist8853 9 aylar önce
He was such ahead of his time that we're still trying to figure out how he did some of the things he did today 2023.
@bogdang.7627 Yıl önce
Tesla will never be forgotten. Elon Musk revived his legend and gave him immortal fame. Musk giving his inventions commercial success made the name of the great inventor shine.
When I found out about NT and George Westinghouse, I was surprised I never got to know about them earlier. Great men! Tesla's mind must have been a beautiful place.
Bless you Nicola Tesler .A man so advanced so a head of his time . It's happened through out time . In all walks of life . In the music industry. Elvis spring 2 mind . He was greatly exploited ..
@melplishka5978 Yıl önce
Unbelievable how the worlds smartest man died a hermit with absolutely nothing.
@DoritosBurger 3 yıl önce
You can spend an entire lifetime talking about Nikola Tesla and you still won't understand him, his thought process was so far ahead of other people that even other geniuses like Albert Einstein were amazed by his brilliance. Truly one of a kind.
@jogakhatri3100 Yıl önce
Heartbroken genius!So sad.
Elon Musk is Also One Of A Kind!
@melviness4769 Yıl önce
@@dennisdavaney7755 lmao no he's purely a businessman. Much more of an Edison than he is a Tesla.
@cliverudman1489 Yıl önce
Its funny Elon Musk and Nikola Tesla share a common trait, their primary motivation isn't money.
@Lagos77 Yıl önce
The powerful elites destroyed this amazing man because he was a humanitarian first and foremost. Money was never Nikolas motivation.
God bless Nikola Tesla 🙏 May you rest in peace and may your spirit ♥ 🌟🌠💫 soar. 🌟🌠💫 You are so very appreciated.
@normanholt7399 11 aylar önce
He is one of the best examples of unconditional love. Much love and gratitude and stay blessed
@johnq8043 Yıl önce
Sad that such amazing man died pennyless and alone
@aihtiram Yıl önce
Rip Nikola Tesla , the true genius
@Mieldeamapola Yıl önce
Truly truly ahead of his time. A true genius. Rest In Peace
@morrisd7135 Yıl önce
Hi how are you?
@clivebaxter6354 Yıl önce
@straytonox1492 Yıl önce
a true alpha male who died virgin
@muthinjama 11 aylar önce
The world was not ready for this man!
@403Beats Yıl önce
What a captivating man, a true innovative scientist.
@mikeball1397 Yıl önce
That was a beautiful tribute to Tesla, I always knew Edison was a pos but i didn’t know to that extent of torturing animals to death and i didn’t know half as much about Tesla as I thought I did. so thank you !!
@braintouse Yıl önce
The ultimate genius of our civilisation ❤️
@MzImperfectCrys Yıl önce
I share the same personality type as Tesla and Hawkins. I am doing myself this favor to learn more about these two processed the knowledge around them because I can’t explain my thought process. It’s upsetting being helpless doesn’t pay off in the end 😢
@starvis703 Yıl önce
The Answer you Seek is in the Path of the Universe. TRUST IT...FOLLOW THE SIGNS...AND THEN YOU'LL REACH IT.
@SierNotsruht Yıl önce
Think your so smart lmao?
@Gigibaby88 3 yıl önce
I literally am on the verge of tears listening to this. I knew a lot or most of it but hearing everything he went through all at once just really got to me. I adore Nikola Tesla, a genius ahead of his time for sure. I'm glad he's at least finally getting some of the recognition now that he should've gotten when he was alive.
@LaurenMartins Yıl önce
I bursted into tears. The pigeons kept him company ❤️
@dthomas9230 Yıl önce
@@LaurenMartins He could've electrified Appalachia 50 years before RFK.
@rmp7400 Yıl önce
Blessed Jesus testified that His Kingdom was not of this world...the older I become, the more I am comforted even by this truth.
He didnt care for recognition. He wanted to give to the human race and make our lives easier. We on the other hand, shat on him
@Szederp Yıl önce
"Because you see exact science is not always exact" Excellent upload, Sir!
@WiuWiu_Lu Yıl önce
If there is one man that has earned and deserves his spot in the kingdom of heaven it is Nikola Tesla. ❤️
@natasastankovic2708 9 aylar önce
Very nice video! All is correct and beautifully presented! Great job!😊
@iamxaviernelson Yıl önce
Albert Einstein was once asked “What was it like to be the smartest man alive.” He replied “I don’t know, you’ll have to ask Nikola Tesla.” The world dishonored your works and intelligent, but the real geniuses haven’t forgot about you Nikola❤️
@artdehls9100 Yıl önce
But it's just so goddamn easy to get it right! Google much? "Tesla, It is with great joy that I hear you are celebrating your 75th birthday, and as a successful pioneer in the field of high frequency energy you have experienced the miraculous development of this area of technology. Congratulations on the great success of your life's work. Albert Einstein." So no, he complimented him specifically on his work in high frequency energy. Where did you get your quote, or was that just off the cuff? Did you know that Tesla didn't agree with the physics community about well, honestly almost everything? Even basic atomic theory, electrons were waves, not particles, no Bohr model of the atom, no quantized energy packets (photons), he even through Maxwell and Hertzian wave theory out the window. I can't imagine a reporter asking a question like that, how incredibly cringe. As for the math/physics community, they already knew the answer to that question was John von Neumann, it was obvious. "Von Neumann would carry on a conversation with my 3-year-old son, and the two of them would talk as equals, and I sometimes wondered if he used the same principle when he talked to the rest of us." - Edward Teller - Nobel - physics. "There are two kinds of people in the world: Johnny Von Neumann and the rest of us." - Eugene Wigner - Nobel - physics ”You know, Herb, Johnny can do calculations in his head ten times as fast as I can. And I can do them ten times as fast as you can, so you can see how impressive Johnny is” - Enrico Fermi (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1938) “One had the impression of a perfect instrument whose gears were machined to mesh accurately to a thousandth of an inch.” - Eugene Wigner (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1963) “I have sometimes wondered whether a brain like von Neumann’s does not indicate a species superior to that of man” - Hans Bethe (Nobel Prize in Physics, 1967) And so on. Look him up.
@minasmina9866 Yıl önce
The present is theirs; the future, for which I really worked, is mine. - Nikola Tesla
@smashtash1798 3 yıl önce
Even though Tesla's story makes me sad and angry, this is a powerful quote that gives me hope.
@nllove7937 3 yıl önce
I love that and i am 100% the future is his, soon we will hear more about this
@bodyofalegend 3 yıl önce
It's rare to find people who want to leave the world a better place than when they entered it. Tesla was definitely one of those guys
We can almost see Teslas name in every convenient things we use today. Thank you, thank you sir. Without you, we can’t imagine how the world would be now.
@geoattoronto Yıl önce
He invented the electric motor.
@sourdurian2839 Yıl önce
If only he could live to see his inventions playing out today
Nikola even said his work won’t be known for a hundred years he was damn close
Thank You for uploading! Respect for Tesla! He spoke Hungarian also!
@francrivera Yıl önce
Nicolás , will live in history for ever and will reclaimed his importance he deserved in history and in physics !!!! ❤❤
@joneri85 3 yıl önce
A man so ahead of his time, that people honor him a 100yrs later
A 100 years isn't even nearly enough. He was the best thing that happend to humanity becouse he invented so much stuff all alone and at last died alone and no one even cared.
@misterio7914 2 yıl önce
Sike meow thats the world we living. Imagine how many great people we had that we dismissed. “Fake history”
He was a great man in that time but people gred took everything other propotion. People are simple minded they only think about money 💰🤑. But don't worry everything ends. Sooner or later by 2080 people will live in the pods whit magnetic technology because of the radiation no one will survive believe that. Luke sell phones microwaves 5G this frequency are so deadly people are not know about and government is not saying anything. If people just knew what is wating for the grant children they will never sing for it.
@banubanu288 2 yıl önce
@@robertcunningham7365 do u think people care about grandchildren? Nahhh they only think about themselves
@bryceharper446 2 yıl önce
@@banubanu288 anyone voting for democrats.....
@afterhours2103 Yıl önce
If Tesla would have known how much the world would appreciate him, I'm sure he would have died a happier man.
That last comment on him only finding his place in the 21st century was very fitting for a man so far ahead of his time.
@5280mminnick Yıl önce
Missing SO MUCH CONTEXT in-between his "defining" life moments. One really cool fun fact is that Tesla was born during a massive lightning storm. Pretty crazy coincidental huh?
@mannysykes Yıl önce
All i gotta say is he didn’t deserve how they treated him. There’s lots of people now adays who go through the same thing. Strong minds stay strong
@simasima5255 Yıl önce
Tesla did not lose anything!! He is the biggest hero of all the history for us and will remain for always☺️
@shivam-kd7dq 2 yıl önce
He was a legend and for many young engineers like me, he will forever be the epitome of innovation and inventions.
@rogerdodger8813 Yıl önce
There were some brilliant scientists in that time. From Maxwell, Heisenberg, Rutherford, Einstein, Planck etc... These people were revolutionizing Physics. Tesla was developing technology.
If you study Tesla's inventions and the principles behind them, they are very relevant and viable in terms of solving some of the issues pertaining to today's "green energy" problems. Sadly, the politicians are woefully ignorant of them, or worse, as was happened years ago, they choose to not want to use them because they will eliminate the money factor.
@AM-br4ix Yıl önce
So very sad how such a wonderful Genius relatively unknown to so many in this world other than the fact that Elon Musk's company name?!!! Incredible human being not concerned with Wealth which so many in this world chase after! RIP Mr. Tesla...